Online studies can be accessed on or off campus
from any Windows PC connected to the internet
with the Internet Explorer browser.
(Online surveys will in future be made compatible
with all browsers and operating systems,
but current ones typically require Windows and Internet Explorer).
Online participants are asked to access these studies
only from reasonably quiet, private locations.
For additional research experiments offering participation
credit please log into SONA, the Psychology Department's
online Introductory Psychology Subject Pool administrator.
The SONA link will be visible in your NEXUS profile
after you are fully registered in an Introductory Psychology
section. [Note: If there is no SONA link showing up after
you log into NEXUS, this simply indicates that you are
not yet officially registered in Introductory Psychology.]
Although most department experiments and surveys occur
after the December break, many also become
available sometime during the fall semester. Be sure to
check SONA periodically to see what studies are currently available
for research participation credit.
The Fall Mass Testing survey is now over for the current year.
Be sure to periodically log into SONA to see what other department research studies
might be currently available for research participation credit. SONA is accessed from within Nexus. Log into NEXUS,
then look under "Projects" for the Introductory Psychology Research
Participant Pool link. The listing of currently available studies can be
accessed at that link at any time throughout the year.